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Tetsuya Nomura Offers Small Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 Update, "Different Atmosphere"

During the most recent livestream event for Final Fantasy, we received a brand new trailer for Intergrade that shows off new fights, more new faces, and the return of Fort Candor. However, we also got a small glimpse into Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 from director Tetsuya Nomura and it looks like the team might be prepping for a full reveal sooner than we thought.
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Official Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier livestream to premiere in May, Tetsuya Nomura among guests

Square Enix announced that there will be a Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier livestream making its debut on May 7 at 4 AM PT. The stream, which will be in Japanese with English commentary, is set to reveal new information on the title, the nature of which not been revealed as of now. However, we do know that two of the developers for The First Soldier, Shoichi Ichikawa and Tetsuya Nomura, will be appearing as guests on the show.

Tetsuya Nomura Designs Incredible Iron Man Figure

Iron Man is an iconic superhero from Marvel. He’s a dude with high-tech armor that can fly, shoot lasers, and rockets. Despite that description, it’s pretty outstanding that Iron Man is not primarily an anime character, though he has done anime stints before. Final Fantasy director Tetsuya Nomura, who has designed a countless number of our favorite characters from the series, is showing off his take on the Armored Avenger. Now that Square Enix and Marvel are working together on the Avengers game, Square Enix is selling this sweet Iron Man action figure.
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Final Fantasy VII Remake sequel will not have Tetsuya Nomura as a director

He will instead focus on helming the overall Final Fantasy VII Remake compilation. According to a recent interview with Famitsu, Final Fantasy VII Remake co-director Tetsuya Nomura, who shared the title with two others, confirmed that he would not be returning as the second installment’s director. Instead, Naoki Hamaguchi will be the sole director at the helm of the project.
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Tetsuya Nomura Steps Down From Final Fantasy 7 Remake Co-Director Role

Tetsuya Nomura, designer, artist, and director under Square Enix, has stepped down from his role as Final Fantasy VII Remake (FF7R) co-director, leaving Naoki Hamaguchi as the sole individual in the position. The announcement comes after Square Enix's reveal of FF7R Integrade—the story content and PS5 upgrade coming to the...
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Tetsuya Nomura no longer directing ‘Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2’

Final Fantasy VII Remake Director Tetsuya Nomura has confirmed that he will not be directing the next installment of the Remake series. In an interview with Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, Nomura confirmed that the co-director of the Final Fantasy VII Remake, Naoki Hamaguchi, will take over the job of directing Part 2, and Nomura himself will step back into a creative director role.
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Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 Not to be Directed by Tetsuya Nomura

Lead Director Tetsuya Nomura has recently announced that he will not be directing upcoming video game Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2. The task now falls to his Co-Director, Naoki Hamaguchi. He was the one who co-directed the last game. Nomura will instead take on the role of creative director this time around. At least he has not fully abandoned ship the FF7R development.
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Tetsuya Nomura is not directing the next instalment of Final Fantasy VII Remake

After today's surprise announcement of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, the new PlayStation 5 upgrade version of the game coming in June, it's natural to start thinking about what lies ahead for the next major installment following our 2020 RPG of the Year, and how the new 'definitive edition' style release that is Intergrade might bridge to it. Whatever the case may be, it seems like Remake's key director Tetsuya Nomura will not be directly helming the project, according to a newly-published Famitsu interview.